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Jordan Galluci

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Interesting decision. Suitably average in his set of games with the Crows. Bit timid at times for mine. Good runner though...reasonable tank. Not sure about much else. Anyway, Clarke and co have the runs on the board so happy to back them in.

(Lot of noise by Crows fans about off field issues....what’s that all about ?)
 
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tigermouseau

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Dan Jackson - what he lacked in skill and talent he made up for for with grit and determination.
 
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TigerFurious

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Galluci got a go because he fits our running profile. Every player we have taken in the last 5-6 years either covers lots of ground or covers it very quickly. Galluci, apparently, does both.
 
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Harry

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Interesting decision. Suitably average in his set of games with the Crows. Bit timid at times for mine. Good runner though...reasonable tank. Not sure about much else. Anyway, Clarke and co have the runs on the board so happy to back them in.

(Lot of noise by Crows fans about off field issues....what’s that all about ?)
Welcome back Red.
 
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tigerman

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Jake Batchelor was another player who always gave everything of himself. He had to play as a key defender a lot with Grimes and Astbury missing with injury.
He got towelled up a few times, but was undersized, and overall i thought he made a pretty good fist of it.
 
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zippadeee

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Jake Batchelor was another player who always gave everything of himself. He had to play as a key defender a lot with Grimes and Astbury missing with injury.
He got towelled up a few times, but was undersized, and overall i thought he made a pretty good fist of it.
He didn't have any leg speed.
Good mark, Great kick but really slow.
 
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rinso17

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Didn't think much of the first few contests but he got better as the game went on.
Good pace. Looks a reasonable kick.
Not sure about rumours of extra curricular activities. Will trust the club.

Maybe Carlton should pick him up
 

sausage_meat69

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Galluci got a go because he fits our running profile. Every player we have taken in the last 5-6 years either covers lots of ground or covers it very quickly. Galluci, apparently, does both.
Holds the record for vertical jump at the combine, captained eastern ranges and co-captained vic metro. Would be very sweet if we could turn him around as he must've had the tools pre-Adelaide. Not sure if already reported here but he ruptured his achilles last June. Nasty one to come back from won't be 100% expect at least 12 months for full recovery.
 
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blx

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Pity he never really kicked on

Was highly touted as a junior and rightly so.

Can't blame the kids fortunes since then. Arriving at a club that was decimated by the the most intangible of factors.

Maybe he just needs to be home.

I'd be stoked if we took him and he finds his feet again.

Imagine all the new salt mines that would spring up around the country.
 
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tigerman

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Got to feel for the young bloke, imagine being captained by Tex Walker. He'll be able to provide all the facts on the infamous Crows training camp.
 
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craig

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Getting players from the Crows post 2017 is akin to buying dented and damaged tins of bakerd beans and spaghetti from the ol NQR supermarket.
 
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